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Describe the tone, or attitude, of the narrator in the peom "Annabel Lee''
The subject of the poem "Annabel Lee," by Edgar Allan Poe is the death of the narrator's love, Annabel Lee. The narrator tells us about how the two of them were childhood sweethearts who loved...
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